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The earthquake in missoula

 
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Hey just wanted to check in on everyone at the lab. I know the epi-center of the quake was nearby. I hope everyone is doing well.

 
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I didn't even know about it until i read this.  I guess I slept through it.
 
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Well I am glad about that. I guess it couldn't have been too bad then... Or you are a very sound sleeper 😀


Thanks for the update Paul and have a good day.
 
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Jocelyn said that she felt it.  She thought the washing machine was running - which vibrates the house a bit during its spin cycle.  

I am a heavy sleeper.
 
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Haha ya I sleep pretty hard too I probably wouldn't have woken up either. I have slept through thunderstorms that wake everyone else.

Glad to hear it was pretty much a non event out there.

Thanks for taking the time to check in I know how busy you are.

 
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All seems to be fine around here. This article seems to be a good one about the quake:


5.8 magnitude earthquake rattles Helena area.

Though we're quite a ways from there and nothing even fell off a shelf or wall here.
 
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